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Dylan Thomas at the BBC by Dylan Thomas
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Dylan Thomas at the BBC

by Dylan Thomas

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0563530863, Audio CD)

The BBC archives hold a wealth of material featuring Dylan Thomas and these recordings contain not only readings of his own work, but also dramatic renditions of others, such as "Doctor Faustus". Together with interviews with the poet, they form a fascinating audio portrait.

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Dylan Thomas is one of the 20th century's most celebrated poets. His rich rhetoric created poems of magical imagery - nowhere is language more rich and fantastic than in his best-known work, Under Milk Wood. He was also a popular radio entertainer and the BBC Archives contain a wealth of material featuring Dylan Thomas - not only readings of his own work, but also dramatic readings of other work such as Dr. Faustus. These, together with interviews with the poet, form a fascinating audio portrait of a brilliant man. Presented by Paul Ferris, biographer of Thomas and editor of his letters.… (more)

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